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Challenge: Wheels (Basic Editing I)
Camera: Canon EOS-10D
Location: Edinburgh
Date: Apr 4, 2004
Aperture: F4
ISO: 400
Shutter: 1/90
Galleries: Abstract, Architecture
Date Uploaded: Apr 6, 2004

Edinburgh

Statistics
Place: 2 out of 283
Avg (all users): 6.9048
Avg (commenters): 8.1429
Avg (participants): 6.8190
Avg (non-participants): 6.9779
Views since voting: 7269
Votes: 252
Comments: 55
Favorites: 27 (view)


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05/27/2006 01:42:49 PM
very good!
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05/27/2006 11:29:45 AM
fabulous image
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12/15/2004 09:27:21 AM
I appreciate how you managed not to be too visible in the reflection. You did this handheld? Wow. My pictures turn shake if a use triple zoom without a tripod...
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04/20/2004 06:06:15 AM
Way to go Tony!! Proud of ya :)
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04/20/2004 04:16:50 AM
How were you able to get the depth of field on the wheel thing while not getting the back image since you obviously had your aperture set pretty small to get the clarity you received in the reflected image?
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04/16/2004 07:25:53 AM
This is fantastic, I love the composition, way all the circles are placed in the frame and the enormous depth of the image looking through the mirror. A definite favourite!
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04/15/2004 02:26:58 AM
You've got arms of steel to get that clarity w/o a tripod! Nicely done!!
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04/14/2004 10:17:52 PM
congratulations on your win....wonderful shot
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04/14/2004 12:19:03 PM
Many Thanks to everyone who voted on this - The funny thing is I wasn't going to enter this as I wasn't 100% happy. That is me sitting on the bench on the right. use the canon 70-200 F4 L Lens zoomed in at 200mm - Really happy that people like this photo. Regards Tony
04/14/2004 11:18:26 AM
> [Title: Who's Watching Whom]
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04/14/2004 09:40:26 AM
Man! How did I miss this one? The limited color really helps the image.
I spotted you on the bench. Well spotted shot! I've always said that two thirds of
good photography is knowing where to point the camera.
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04/14/2004 07:01:58 AM
I told you it was coming
Now I can put what`s left of the hat in the bucket :)

Congratulations on another great shot.

Gordon
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04/14/2004 06:37:07 AM
Fantastic zoom you got there... congrats on the ribbon! Well done!
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04/14/2004 04:24:14 AM
Fantastic shot amazing composition I couldn't work out how your not reflected in the mirror is that you sat on the end of the righthand bench?
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04/14/2004 03:37:13 AM
I thought this would take blue, fantastic shot!

Message edited by author 2004-04-14 03:37:24.
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04/14/2004 02:15:19 AM
Well done Tony, definately worth a ribbon this one!!
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04/14/2004 01:02:17 AM
The most unique photo in the challenge, congrats on the ribbon.

Keep it up...
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
04/13/2004 08:19:45 PM
Such a great capture - excellent dof, tells the story well, lots of different circles/wheels. One of my picks for a ribbon.
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04/13/2004 11:26:12 AM
excellent composition, the way the line of the first balcony's railing aligns with the wheel elements adds a lot; very nice balance of the textures; seems the camera (on a tripod) should be showing in the mirror; my fav in the challenge
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04/13/2004 08:42:25 AM
This is the most interesting shot in the challenge. Great composition and title. Everything is working for this one. My pick for a blue ribbon.
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04/13/2004 05:38:06 AM
Good God, what a combination of elements and ages! I wish we could see the figure with the violin on th far right! Gorgeous sight! I'm sure it should win.
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04/13/2004 03:32:38 AM
such an interesting shot. Well done
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04/12/2004 10:38:48 PM
This is a good capture. Congratulations on finding such an interesting subject.
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04/12/2004 10:06:55 PM
great composition
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04/12/2004 09:59:58 PM
Nice way too meet the challenge, I dont like borders but in this image I think it helps. Nice image
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04/12/2004 07:21:12 PM
Very interesting composition.
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04/12/2004 04:16:16 PM
Very creative, and yet a bit creepy. :)
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04/12/2004 02:10:35 PM
Cool photograph but the wheels just seem to be in the photo and really don't have anything to do with the focus or message
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04/11/2004 04:42:15 AM
Gee, nice pic...like the expressions...hard to get the exposure right in this case-always a compromise. i like the organ music too!
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04/11/2004 03:14:41 AM
Very interesting shot ,lots of interesting elements in this photo.
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04/11/2004 02:19:15 AM
The mirror is actually distracting, but the skeleton and wheels are interesting; although they could use a bit more contrast.
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04/10/2004 09:06:37 PM
amazing shot.......
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04/10/2004 08:39:11 PM
Very interesting shot--i like!
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04/10/2004 11:51:35 AM
Really interesting shot, well done.
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04/10/2004 08:09:16 AM
Very clever.
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04/09/2004 08:32:34 PM
,looks unreal,well done,8.
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04/09/2004 05:43:32 PM
Great. 10
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04/09/2004 10:22:06 AM
exellent!!
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04/08/2004 10:07:26 PM
Dark, weird and very different. Should be a ribbon contender. I am so glad you didn't desat this to B&W, it would have stolen it's magic. the shift between the distorted world of color and life contrasts with the metal world of the dead.
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04/08/2004 08:10:04 PM
Great capture - 9!
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04/08/2004 04:46:41 PM
The skeleton gives this a nice medieval touch. and the stark contrast of the convex mirror is very telling.
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04/08/2004 01:57:36 PM
Stunning shot, well done!!! There is so much to look at here in this shot. Wheels everywhere, so many interesting evil looking figures behind the mirror and I really like how you've captured the people looking in to it. A great shot :-)
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04/08/2004 01:16:32 PM
totally wild! The more I look at this image, the better it gets!
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04/08/2004 11:09:52 AM
Echer-ish, disturbing, creole. 10
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04/07/2004 11:36:31 PM
nice idea, interesting shot- a little grainy
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04/07/2004 11:31:39 PM
Great composition and good example of minimal color.
wheels is obviously the theme
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04/07/2004 11:30:51 PM
very cool. nice color intensity contrast (if you follow). the skeleton makes me laugh
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04/07/2004 06:40:46 PM
I think I see you in the picture back on the bench on the right....an interesting shot
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04/07/2004 04:49:23 PM
On close inspection, this is one of the most interesting photos in the wheels collection. I really like the juxtaposition of the reflected gallery and macabre machine. Nice subject matter artfully rendered.

Where was it taken?
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04/07/2004 02:34:08 PM
Nicely done
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04/07/2004 01:16:18 PM
very interesting shot, I like it.
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04/07/2004 11:32:20 AM
While I know some people would say the main subject of the photo is the reflection and not the wheels, I still don't see how this one could not win a ribbon. Fantastic shot!
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04/07/2004 10:11:19 AM
What an intetresting shot! Good job.
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04/07/2004 09:09:55 AM
Wow i think its bloody amazing. It does so much in one shot, and everything is beautiful. Qualitys a bit off, but considering the size and everything on screen, i think its due to having to compress it at 150k. But i am very much loving it, my very first 10 in this challenge.
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04/07/2004 12:27:07 AM
Like it...interesting for the eye. Good entry.7
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